Starflyer 59 - The Last Laurel album download
Starflyer 59, usually known as Silver, is the self-titled debut album of rock band Starflyer 59, released in 1994 on Tooth & Nail Records. It has acquired the name Silver due to its cover art. The album uses heavily distorted and effects-drenched guitars, influenced by British shoegaze and dream pop bands of the early 1990s. This is in contrast with the band's later work, which is characterized by a cleaner, more traditional, "American rock" sound.
Starflyer 59 is an alternative rock band from Riverside, California that was founded in 1993 by Jason Martin, brother of Ronnie Martin of Joy Electric. While Jason Martin has written nearly all of Starflyer 59's songs, the band has included a number of different musicians over the years, including Jeff Cloud, Frank Lenz, and Richard Swift
The Last Laurel EP. Starflyer 59. Released 2004. The Last Laurel EP Tracklist. 1. Softness, Goodness Lyrics. The Last Laurel EP Q&A. More Starflyer 59 albums. Show all albums by Starflyer 59.
Gold is the second album by Starflyer 59. It was originally released in 1995. In 2005, it was reissued with five bonus tracks from the band's Goodbyes Are Sad 7 inch single and Le Vainqueur EP. As with Silver, the title of their second album matches the color of the album's cover. All songs written by Jason Martin. A Housewife Love Song" – 4:12. Duel Overhead Cam" – 4:38. When You Feel Miserable" – 5:07.
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Furthermore, just last month I rediscovered one of T&N;'s founding compatriots and venerable torchbearers: Jason Martin's Starflyer 59. Old, his eighth studio album is both a celebratory nod to mid-90s shoegaze pop and a successful grasp of the current baton. Granted, he might not have a solitary death grip on any one industry spec, but he's definitely off and running in the right direction
EP by Starflyer 59. Released. The Last Laurel is an EP released by Indie rock band Starflyer 59. It was released in 2004 on Tooth & Nail Records. all songs written by Jason Martin). Softness, Goodness" (Rough Mix) – 4:06. The Man Who Will Lead" – 3:06. Thin as a Needle" – 2:48. I Win. This 2000s indie rock album–related article is a stub.
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|2||The Man Who Will Lead
Bass – Josh Dooley
|3||Thin As A Needle
Bass – Dirk Lemmens*
|4||The Lucky Ones||2:16|
- Performer – Frank Lenz, Jason Martin
- Screen Printing – Somewhere Cold
- Songwriter – Jason Martin
NotesSome Blue Collar Songs ASCAP Copyright 2005
Release features entire EP on one side of the record, and a silkscreened design on the other. It is packaged in a durable and transparent plastic sleeve; there is no cover art. A small insert with release info and credits is included.
There were 540 copies of this record pressed.
The first 53 copies were screened with RED INK and HAND NUMBERED in the center of the record.
An additional 100 copies were screened with black ink and HAND NUMBERED in the center of the record.
The remaining 387 copies feature black ink for the printed design and are not numbered.
In addition, there were 13 test presses of the record.
10 of these were numbered with custom covers. (this)
10 Test Prints
- 2 With Dark Blue
- 2 With Light Blue
- 5 With Black
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